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BTD: Ho'Oponopono

  • The Pilates Shed 98-102 High Street Deal, England, CT14 6EE United Kingdom (map)
BTD: Ho'Oponopono
from 8.00

I’m sorry, please forgive me, thank you, I love you.

What is ho’oponopono?

Ho'Oponopono has been defined as a forgiveness and reconciliation practice, cleansing of ‘errors of thought’ – the origin of problems and sickness in the physical world, according the the Hawaiian worldview. The literal translation is ‘to put to right; to put in order or shape, correct, revise, adjust, amend, regulate, arrange, rectify, tidy up, make orderly or neat.

The Hypnotic Dance Meditation practice will combine a hypnotic meditation focussing on Ho'Oponopono and a movement practice, allowing you to bring this forgiveness & reconciliation practice into your body for a full, healing experience.


Make March a month of forgiveness & reconciliation and get more out of life.

At the dance, you will be taken on a powerful journey to help you:

★ Forgive yourself & others
★ Take responsibility for your actions
★ Develop a loving connection with yourself and others

The session will start at 5pm on Sunday 3rd March and will end around 7pm.


So, what's dance meditation? 💃

Dance Meditation is dancing with awareness, moving our bodies to beautiful, powerful music to get out of our mind space and into our hearts. 🧡

What happens at a session?

I combine powerful meditation and hypnosis techniques with dance practice to help you get in touch with your emotions and really experience them through the dance.

The Born To Dance Workshop will show you the evidence of the extraordinary power of your mind and will enable you to connect powerfully to your full potential, both mentally & physically.

What about the dancing?

There are no set steps, you just move however your body feels like it wants to at the time. This is not about performing. It’s not about looking sexy or cool. It’s not about what it looks like at all. This practice is all about using the ancient tools that have been used by spiritual people and healers for millennia.

Dancing in this way allows us to create healing on many different levels, but also allows us to embody new behaviours, practices and intentions. The mind and the body are fully connected in the practice, allowing us to embody our emotions, connect with them and release anything that may be trapped.

✨Gratitude ✨ Ho'Oponopono ✨ Loving Kindness ✨

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Earlier Event: 3 February
BTD: Gratitude in Advance
Later Event: 7 April
BTD: Loving Kindness